Last night, Ted Cruz stood in solidarity with the Chicago thugs, led by Bill Ayers, Move-On, and Black Lives Matter. Instead of speaking out against political correctness, and orchestrated violence, Cruz shamefully took the side of common street thugs. Ted Cruz took the side of violence.
Think about that. Senator Cruz preached to Fox New’s Megyn Kelly that America should have precarious political speech. Not free speech. This is a man who says one thing to his supporters when it is convenient, and quite a different thing when it is not convenient. This isn’t the first time Cruz has done this.
I’m going to make this really easy to understand, so that all of us High-Information-Voters can explain to our friends who still need a little more time to get it right. Here we go:
1) There were two sides to chose from last night.
2) One side was America and Freedom of speech.
3) The other other side was the violent behavior of Black Lives Matter and Move-On, both led by Bill Ayers.
4) Ted Cruz chose the side of Bill Ayers.
Ted Cruz gave a typical lawyer answer last night that played to both sides of the issue in Chicago. Ted Cruz has a history of this. There was only one correct side to take last night. Ted Cruz didn’t take it. Ted Cruz (again) used typical lawyer answers, in a cowardly attempt, to have his cake and eat it too.
This isn’t hard to understand.
Check out what the lovely Diamond and Silk have to say about last nights events: